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Tyrod Taylor doesn't seem too concerned about his contract status with the Buffalo Bills.

Taylor is focused on getting the Bills to the Super Bowl.

Tyrod Taylor's agent has been very vocal about his displeasure regarding the quarterback's contract. 

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It seems like a case of an agent simply looking out for his client. If Taylor himself is upset about his current contract situation, he did a good job of hiding it on Monday. The quarterback noted that he's ready to work and knows that contract talks with handle themselves.


Taylor further stated, "My preparation does not change based on my contract. I'm here to do what I can to get this team to the Super Bowl."

Getting the Buffalo Bills into the playoffs alone would help Taylor significantly in terms of his next contract with the team. If he's able to help Buffalo end their playoff drought there's no doubt that the Bills would open up their checkbook and pay Taylor an amount that is comparable to some of the highest QB salaries on average.

For now, Taylor appears to be focused on football and that could pay huge dividends in the future.


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